Lindsey Dowd scored off a corner kick with three minutes remaining in the second overtime as the Dover High School girls soccer team defeated host Webutuck, 1-0, in Mid-Hudson Athletic League action in Amenia on Tuesday.
“It was a well-played match by both teams. Both teams had chances to score in regulation. They had two or three corner kicks in a row in the overtime, and they scored on the last one,” Webutuck coach Mark Moren said.
Honesti Crochran stopped six shots in goal for Dover (6-5 overall).
Laura Mendez made nine saves for Webutuck (4-10), which hosts Millbrook on Wednesday.
Spackenkill 2, Rhinebeck 0 – Julia Kollesar and Eileen Fiore each had a goal for host Spackenkill in the MHAL match.
Brooke Scianna added an assist, and Savannah Barefoot made five saves for the Spartans (13-1). Dani Amidon finished with 14 saves for Rhinebeck (11-2). Spackenkill and Rhinebeck meet in the MHAL tournament semifinals Oct. 21 in Hyde Park.
John Jay 1, Mahopac 0 – Natalie Szova scored with an assist from Melissa McHugh for host John Jay.
Brianna Durland stopped seven shots for the Patriots (9-4), who play Wednesday at Scarsdale.
John A. Coleman Catholic 1, Millbrook 0 – Aimee Jacques made five saves for visiting Millbrook (3-9) in the MHAL match.
Boys cross country
Lorenzo Mazzuca completed the 5,000-meter course in 16 minutes, 59 seconds, leading New Paltz to a 15-48 victory over host Dover and a 15-46 triumph over Saugerties.
Dover also dropped a 25-30 decision to Saugerties.
Marlboro splits — Justin Conte finished sixth to lead Marlboro in a 15-50 win over John A. Coleman Catholic and a 15-48 loss to host Wallkill.
Red Hook 17, Highland 42 — Jack Hobson was the overall winner in 19:43.01 to lead host Red Hook in the MHAL meet.
Girls cross country
Jordan Nagel’s first-place finish carried New Paltz to a 15-49 win over host Dover and a 19-44 victory over Saugerties.
Dover defeated Saugerties, 20-42.
Red Hook 15, Highland incomplete — Sheena Dwyer-McNulty crossed the finish line in a winning time of 23:31 to pace host Red Hook.
Marlboro goes 1-1 — Bryanna Mazzella placed fourth in 23:45 over 3.1 miles to pace Marlboro in a 15-50 victory over Coleman and a 23-34 loss to host Wallkill.
Bridget Rodezno (200-yard freestyle), Morgane Kuyl (200 individual medley), Abigail Santos (50 freestyle), Kaela Santos (100 butterfly), Josie LaPolt (100 freestyle) and Caroline Murphy (100 breaststroke) all won individual events for visiting New Paltz in a 113-57 Orange County League win over Marlboro.
Roy C. Ketcham 85, Brewster 85 — Heidi Simpfenderfer won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly at Mount Saint Mary College for host Ketcham (3-5-1), which also received wins in the 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle from Kimberly Simpfenderfer.
Horace Greeley 101, Beacon 77 — Addisen Rutkoske picked up wins in the 50 freestyle (26.35) and 100 breaststroke (1:13.50) for host Beacon in the Section 1 meet.
Kingston 111, Franklin D. Roosevelt 67 — Emma Reining took first place in the 200 freestyle (2:03.61) and 100 butterfly (1:03.30) for visiting Roosevelt in the Orange County League meet.
Scholastic field hockey
Katie Reynolds scored two second-half goals as Pawling defeated Somers, 4-0, in the opening round of the Somers Tuskers Booster Club Tournament.
Lana Felice and Taylor Arnold also scored for Pawling (9-3-1), which travels to Walter Panas on Wednesday.